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- Why is it so hard to plant trees in LA?
- One of six baby owls featured on a live webcam by the Audubon Society in Orange County has died.
- UCLA Anderson School of Management predicts that job growth in California in 2011 will be slow.
- Changes are afoot in Bell after yesterday's election.
- The Obama Administration announced that up to 82% of public schools nationwide could fail to meet the requirements of No Child Left Behind this year.
- Mel Gibson has reached a plea agreement in last year's battery charges filed against him.
- The Standard downtown will soon offer burgers made of bear meat. BEAR MEAT.